Kerri Parnell

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Trevor Noah’s ‘The Daily Show’ Ratings Turn Dangerously Low

Trevor Noah may be a well-liked guy with a huge smile and dimples, but his stint on <i>The Daily Show</i> has been getting worse and worse. <i>Breitbart</i> has the …

9 Things To Know About Amazon’s New Rival Jet.com

Upstart shopping site aims to be cheaper than Amazon, more practical than Costco.<p>If you haven’t heard of Jet.com yet, you will very soon. The …

How I became fat: “It’s tough to be a bad-ass girl in a dainty world”

<b>(RStollner via Shutterstock)</b><p>I’m no longer forgivably chubby or husky. I’ve crossed the border into obese, and that is too much for me to bear<p>Leslie Nipkow<p>March 28, 2015 10:59pm (UTC)<p>Our laundry bag's seams are busting open, stitches visibly straining. My husband, Jeff, staggers as he heaves the …

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New Study Further Indicates Attention Time Could Be the Key to Branded Content’s Success

It’s a given that brands want to create content that people actually see—marketers have been chasing views and clicks from the beginning. But a new …

International Day of Radiology

The New Flipboard Gets Personal with Over 30,000 Topics to Follow

We’re on a quest to create the world’s best personal magazine, and today’s update—the third generation of Flipboard—builds on our core tenets. The …

Guidelines for advertising regulated health services

The National Law and these guidelines aim to protect the public.1 The guidelines explain the limits placed on advertising regulated health services …

This Is What the Brand Newsroom of the Future Looks Like — The Content Strategist

<i>In our latest edition of Contently Labs, we answer a question we hear a lot from current or prospective brand publishers: How do I build a newsroom</i> …

The Code (and Thinking) Behind Today's Paper

Under the Hood<p><i>What’s Today’s Paper made of? (Any interesting libraries or other components?)</i><p><b>Alastair Coote, Developer:</b> I’d describe Today’s Paper as …

Content Marketing Rules: What to Ditch and What to Keep - Jeffbullas's Blog

When reaching out to your leads and the targeted audience is on the agenda, content marketing is an approach that works.<p>The digital landscape is …

Study: Sponsored Content Has a Trust Problem

Sponsored content. Paid posts. Partner stories. Whatever you want to call it, it’s drummed up its share of controversy over the past year as the vast …

Master This Storytelling Technique to Create an Irresistible Content Series - Copyblogger

In this cold, hard, commercial world, everyone is looking for answers online.<p>We are all “searchers” looking for the best way to solve a problem or …

Content Marketing

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REPRESSED for decades, the anger burst like a summer storm. Rioting youths flooded city streets. The shaken regime granted hasty concessions: freer …

20th Century

Beyond the Buzz: An Essential Guide to Becoming a Healthcare Influencer on LinkedIn

<b>Are you on LinkedIn? Would you like to take your LinkedIn marketing to another level? If you answered yes, then today’s article is for you. I am</b> …

Marketing

Why Native Advertising Won't Survive, Regardless of FTC Involvement

The Federal Trade Commission has signaled it intends to watch — and possibly regulate — how brands and the media handle native …

What the Smartest Content Marketers Have in Common (Infographic)

More than 90 percent of companies are now using content marketing.<p>Encouraged by recent results, marketers are continuing to invest in what they deem to be the most successful content marketing strategies. Hint: This involves a lot of social media use. You'll find evidence of this in the infographic …

Marketing

25 Creative Packaging Designs That Practically Sell Themselves

We often consider the products we use and their packaging to be two separate things – the product is the thing we want, and its packaging is a piece …

Packaging Design

There's a Gender Pay Gap in Kids' Allowances and Parents Are To Blame

The pay gap between the sexes begins early—very early. Research gathered by ThinkProgress suggests young girls are doing more chores for less …

Gender

Beyond the Buzz: What the New Twitter Profile Means for Healthcare Marketing

<b>Have you got it yet? It’s bigger, bolder, and brighter. It’s the new Twitter profile, and it’s coming to a Twitter account near you.</b><p><b>Have you got it</b> …

Elon Musk: Triumph of His Will

For his entire life, Elon Musk has bent people to his insatiable will. Most recently, he's co-opted NASA. And now we'll see whether he's a) the visionary who forces americans to become explorers again, or b) a man so distracted by vision that his life's work is a series of brilliant disappointments.<p>…

The Surprising Numbers Behind Apps

How much time do people spend with apps? How much money does the average developer make?<p>You might be surprised by the answers.<p>All week the Journal answered those questions and more with a new series called “The Business of Apps,” which chronicles the industry’s economics, the winners and losers and …

Social Login Buttons Aren't Worth It

I stumbled across a very disturbing number in our analytics earlier this year. From April 12 to May 12, 2012, we had 340,591 failed login attempts. …

LG's 5-inch 'unbreakable' bendy plastic phone screen on show

LG has long been our go-to gadget maker for bonkers phones, with its see-through phones, ultra-wide phones, slo-mo phones and even an …

People’s Faces Recreated From the DNA Found In Chewing Gums and Cigarette Butts

This may sound like a science fiction story, but American artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg recreates people’s faces from the DNA she finds on various …

Big Data: It's Hyped, but Here's How it will Change the World

Is there too much hype around ‘big data’? Kenneth Cukier thinks so, and yet he remains passionate about what we can achieve with it.<p>Cukier is the Data Editor at The Economist and co-author of the book Big Data: A Revolution That Will Transform How We Live, Work, and Think. At The Next Web …

The microbiological minefield

MEDICAL implants, such as stents and catheters, bring a risk of infection. Specifically, their smooth surfaces encourage the growth of bacterial …